7 Proven Ways to Find the Best Prospects for Building a Big Team with No Rejection

“Don’t prequalify anyone,” my upline told me, “you don’t know who will say yes.”

And I told my downline the same thing.

Because it’s true.

I don’t know who will join my team.

And I don’t know who will work once they sign up.

So are we destined to offend 95% of the people in our lives because we don’t know if they are interested?

Not if we do it right.

And that is my cue to introduce my guest blogger today, Brandy Shaver.

Brandy is a veteran network marketer who has proven that you can use all the old methods in a professional way.

But Brandy has a few new tricks that you will want to read about. She shares the tried and true first and then opens up the way she is now reaching a whole new market.

Here’s Brandy’s blog:

Tired of no-shows and excuses?

Hey, I can relate!

Not long ago I spent hours upon hours driving hundreds of miles to deliver one-on-one presentations, and going to home and hotel meetings.

Worse still, I paid a ton in childcare, only to get stood up, or having to listen to yet another lame excuse about why they couldn’t join my business…over and over again.

It’s tough trying to run a business from home, especially when you’re contending with a full-time job and/or family responsibilities.

So it’s no surprise I became fed up and ready to quit.

I honestly wondered if ANYONE was EVER going to join my business.

Luckily there’s a better way, which we’ll explore in a moment.

First, though, it’s important to realize that, as you probably know all too well…

Your success depends on your ability to find people to talk to every single day!

So where do you find new people to talk to?

And how do you find higher quality prospects, so you’re not wasting your time chasing after deadbeats?

Well, in this post I’m going to share with you seven methods top earners use to find new people to talk to every day.

I’ve used each one of these to build my business.

Number seven is my favorite (and by far the most effective), so make sure you stick it out to the end!

As I lay out each method, I’ll also give you suggestions about exactly what to say in each situation.

After all, why leave anything to chance?

Whenever you’re out and about—at the farmers market, at a concert, at school activities with your kids—wherever you go, there’s always someone to talk to.

When I run into someone sharp, I start the conversation with a compliment, introduce myself, and ask if I can friend them on Facebook, which is where I can start building a relationship.

When you introduce yourself to strangers, remember:

People love to talk about themselves

Just ask questions and be a good listener.

Here are some of my favorite conversational questions:

  • “So how long have you worked here?”
  • “If you could change one thing about working here, what would it be?”
  • “What would it mean if you could change your situation?”

I learned the following tip from Ray Higdon about how to find quality people…

When you’re at a restaurant, order dessert, ask for the manager, compliment him or her, and start a conversation.

Ask them if they’re open to a side project that doesn’t interfere with what they’re currently doing.

(Salaried people are always looking for more time and more money.)

Start the conversation with a compliment.

  • “Hey, I’m really impressed with your customer service.”

Ask a few questions, like:

  • “Do you like working here? How long have you worked here”
  • “What do you like most about your job?”

Then move toward an invitation.

  • “Do you keep your options open when it comes to making money?”
  • “I run a business you might be interested in.”

When they ask you, “What is it?” you have to be prepared.

Answer:

“Well, I’d really need to sit down with you and I don’t want to take time away from your job. Write your number down, and I’ll give you a call when you’re not at work, or I’ll text you my number and we can chat later when you’re not at work. What’s your number and I’ll text you mine.”

Then casually say you’ve taken up enough of their time and you have another appointment.

“I’ve got to go, but can we set up a time that I can share all the information with you? When is the best time to reach you?”

Then call them or text them at the agreed time.

Important Tip:

Do not give the presentation during the invitation!

When you’re on the phone with them…

“Hey, I only have five seconds. I just wanted to catch you real quick. Do you have 20 minutes this week when we could get together?”

Again, when they say, “What is it?” keep control of the conversation.

Say this:

“You’ve got to see it to understand it because it’s 90% visual.”

I know a lot of you are freaking out already.

You’re probably thinking…

“I’ve already gone through my warm market—I don’t want to join the NFL (no-friends-left) club.”

Your warm market is a great asset, and I want you to ask yourself whether you’ve really talked to every person in your warm market.

I’ve been in network marketing for years, and I still have people that I haven’t contacted.

A warm market is a great asset; you just have to make sure that you actually qualify these people.

But do not be attached to their decision.

A lot of your warm market will watch you for a very long time before they will ever get involved in what you’re doing.

But you can always ask family and friends for referrals.

“Hey, I know you wouldn’t be interested in making an extra $1,000 or $2,000 a month, but do you know any sharp people that are?”

This works like a charm because you take it away from the person you’re talking to.

You just assume that they’re not going to do what you’re doing.

Just start asking questions, and before you know it, they’ll be asking you about your business.

Whatever you do, don’t go around catching up with people just to jump them about your business at the end of the conversation.

It comes off as aggressive, sleazy, and wrong.

Just be upfront with people.

“Hey, I know we haven’t talked in 22 years. This is a business call, but first let’s catch up.”

Spend a few minutes catching up, then circle back to the purpose of your call:

“As I said, this is primarily a business call. I remember what a sharp guy you were in high school, and I’ve been thinking you’d be perfect for this project. Would you be open to an outside project that doesn’t interfere with what you’re currently doing?”

And then follow the script for booking the appointment.

Do not ever pitch your business or spam people on Facebook.

That will ruin your business and it could get your account shut down altogether.

I know if you’ve been here at the Elite Marketing Pro for any time at all, they teach you how to use Facebook the right way.

If you have your friends’ personal numbers, you can text them.

If not, send a message on Messenger.

Ask for a face-to-face or Zoom chat.

Zoom is a video chat app you can run on your phone or computer.

There’s a free version you can use to chat worldwide with anybody.

Always be in a hurry when you call or message someone

“Listen, Jerry, I’m glad I caught you. I only have a quick minute, but I have something I think you’re going to want to look at. Are you open to a side project that doesn’t interfere with what you’re currently doing?”

When they ask, “What is it?” I almost always answer…

“It’s visual. If I could tell you over the phone, I would, but it’s like a puzzle and you need to see it to understand.”

Then book the appointment.

Control your own schedule by offering your prospect a choice:

“When can you meet or be in front of your computer? We need about 20 minutes to go over it. Does Tuesday or Thursday work for you? Is morning or evening best?”

Then get off the phone.

If they balk or pester you about what it is you want to talk about, just take it away by saying…

“Hey, you know what; it sounds like this week doesn’t work for you. Let me get in touch with you next week and see if we can figure it out then. Thanks.”

And then end the conversation.

The faster you can move the conversation offline—in person, over the phone, or by video chat—the better your chances are of booking the appointment.

Don’t forget…

Presenting in person is more powerful

So if you can meet in person, do it, but if you must use Zoom or the phone, it’s better than nothing.

If you’re not meeting in person, but using any kind of a video chat app like Zoom, make sure you give the person a link to download the app before your call.

If they tell you no, then you know that they’re not interested right now.

Don’t take it personally.

Always leave the door open.

Say…

“Okay, great. Can I keep you in the loop and tell you about my progress?”

Don’t push.

Just remain friends.

Wait two or three days, and then send them something a friend would send, something funny you found online for instance, or a picture of your family to keep reinforcing your relationship.

Every community has business boards.

There are also business boards online, searchable by profession.

Collect names and contact information, then start calling.

If you’re scared of cold calling, this might take some practice.

“Hey, this is Brandy. “I grabbed your card at […]. I look for successful people like you, because I have a business I would love to put in front of you. Are you at all open to an outside project that wouldn’t interfere with what you’re currently doing?”

When they ask, “What is it?” say…

“I don’t have time to get into it right now. 90% of what I want to share with you is visual. Do you have 20 minutes tomorrow or would Wednesday be better?”

Go to networking events.

Get to know people, find out what they’re looking for, and get their business cards.

Ask tons of questions about them.

Do not pitch your business, though—especially if you’re nervous talking about yourself.

Call everyone you meet the next day before they have a chance to forget who you are.

Here’s the approach:

“Hey Nathan, this is Brandy. We talked yesterday at the networking event. Listen, I love to work with sharp people, and you stood out to me. Are you at all open to a side project that doesn’t interfere with what you’re currently doing? I don’t have time to go into detail right now. Let’s meet tomorrow for 15 minutes or Friday at 6:00pm.”

You’re getting the idea, right?

If you haven’t checked out Meetup.com, they’re great network marketing events, full of people who are looking for opportunity and want to connect.

Use them to collect cards and connect later.

Visit the website, enter your city, and you’ll find tons of possibilities.

You can also host your own meetup events and build your network from them.

Target people who would benefit from your products.

  • Weight loss?
  • Health and fitness?
  • Financial services?

But again, do not hunt or pitch.

Just be really interested in the people you meet.

Use some of the scripts above to open conversations.

Meet people, collect business cards, promise to connect, and follow up.

Everyone knows that prospecting—whether cold or warm—is the lifeblood of any network marketing business.

  • Cold market prospecting might feel like stalking—approaching strangers and trying to invite them to see what you’ve got
  • Warm market prospecting means regarding your friends and family as a potential source of money, which, if you’re like most people, you might see that as a challenge to your relationships and your own integrity. (It might turn you into “that” person everybody avoids.)

So while you can get leads from all of the methods above…

Frankly, do you want to run around chasing leads all day?

It’s not my idea of a good time, nor has it been very profitable for me.

That’s why I do most of my prospecting and recruiting online now.

Now people reach out to me to tell me they want to join my business.

They just show up in my inbox or on Messenger.

Look, you’re still going to have to talk to people.

The networking business is a social business, built on relationships.

However…

The Internet is simply better than traditional network-building

Online, you can set up systems to prospect, sell, and recruit automatically, which will allow you to scale your business and build your network quickly.

In fact, you can leverage the Internet to close literally 90% of your prospects, recruits, and even customers, completely on autopilot, without cold calling or rejection of any kind.

So if you’re looking for a way to automate your prospecting and to start attracting people who are already looking for you, then I strongly encourage you to sign up for Elite Marketing Pro’s FREE 10-Day Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

You’ll learn how to build your business online using proven “attraction marketing” strategies so you’ll never have to chase down deadbeat prospects, or deal with cold calling and rejection, ever again.

Plus, you’ll see how Ferny Ceballos, CMO of Elite Marketing Pro, passively generates 300–500 leads per day, 30–50 customers per day, and recruit 70–100 new serious business-builders into his business each month.

These methods allow you to build your business automatically—where prospects reach out to you (instead of you having to chase them).

So if you’re ready to get started…

Simply click here and you’ll get access to the 10-Day Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

And if you found this content helpful, I would love to read your comments below!

 

Sincerely,
Brandy Shaver
Super Affiliate & Fast Track Mentor

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Brandy is a wife, mother of six, and a lead generation expert, as well as a network marketer. Her passion is helping others realize the power of building their business using the Internet, coaching others to believe in themselves, and to fight for their dreams.

How to Maintain Posture When Speaking with Prospects Using Assumptive Questions

This might be the biggest struggle for the new network marketer. I’m talking about posture.

I know it was something I needed to gain before my business could grow. It was a slow process. I wish I had read this blog by Bill Pescosolido back then.

I am glad I can share it with you today.

And there is lots of good content in this blog but Bill saves the best for last so be sure to read all the way to the end.

If you’re in network marketing, talking to prospects is critical to your success.

It’s simple…

No matter what anyone says, if you’re not able to effectively communicate with your prospects and potential customers, you’re going to have a hard time building your business.

Period.

Now, don’t get it twisted, I’m not talking about prospects who are complete strangers.

I’m NOT talking about going to the mall and talking to everyone within three feet.

Nor am I talking about writing down a list of 100 friends and family members and repeatedly annoying them by jumping up and down and beating them over the head with your opportunity over and over again.

That’s not at all what I’m advocating here.

This is about how you follow-up with your LEADS

These are people who willingly opted-in to receive more info.

High quality, pre-qualified leads.

People who raised their hand and said…

“Yes, I’m interested in learning more about this and how you can help me out.”

Here’s the thing, though…

Even when you’re dealing with warm, qualified leads…

You still need to know WHAT to say, and HOW to say it, when you’re talking to them!

That comes in the form of POSTURE.

Now, when I say posture, I’m not talking about your physical posture, such as if you slouch, or stand up straight or sit correctly

I’m talking about how you carry yourself when communicating with your prospects.

How do you present yourself?

Do you have confidence, or do you lack confidence?

Are you assertive, or are you sheepish?

Do you have this sense of…

“I don’t need you to build my business, but I’m certainly happy for you to come along and be part of the trip.”

That’s posture.

The opposite, a lack of posture, would be desperate and needy.

Posture is having the confidence to know…

“Look, I’m going to build this thing regardless of whether you say ‘yes’ or ‘no’ – I’m still going to move forward.”

Conversely, lack of posture is…

“God, you’ve got to join my deal – I need you!”

When you lack posture, your mind is racing with disempowering thoughts…

“Oh, if only I could get this one person, then they can recruit a bunch of people, and then I’ll be set.”

When you think this way, you convey desperation and neediness.

It’s a big turn-off.

So, the question becomes…

How can you improve your posture?

It’s a big question, with many facets.

But there’s one aspect in particular that trips people up and it’s SO easy to remedy.

It’s all about HOW you’re asking questions.

And by the end of this post, you’ll be able to immediately change your language patterns and significantly improve the effectiveness of your prospecting conversations.

Let’s start with a biggie…

The BIGGEST mistake you can make when talking to your prospects is…

Asking “yes” or “no” questions.

These are what’s called “closed-ended” questions.

And, throughout the majority of the process, you don’t want to ask “yes” or “no” questions.

The main exception is when you’re seeking a firm “no” (instead of “I’ll think about it.”), but that comes later in the conversation.

Prior to that, though…

You want to ask “open-ended” questions

To illustrate, let me give some examples of closed-ended, “yes” or “no” questions.

For example, say you’re talking to your prospect and you ask something like…

“Hey, is it okay if I send you a presentation?”

Now that seems like a fine question.

However, you’re giving them the choice of answering with “yes” or “no.”

Right?

They could say, “Yes, please send the presentation,” or they could say, “No thanks, I’m not interested.”

Now sure, you hope they’re going to say “yes,” but you’re giving them the choice to also say “no.”

Thus…

You’re opening yourself up to a “no!”

And you don’t want to do that.

In fact, you want to avoid that as much as possible.

Another example “yes” or “no” question is…

“Hey, you have a lot of great questions. Is it okay if I set up a three-way call with my upline to get your questions answered?”

Again, this is a “yes” or “no,” right?

They could say, “Yes, that’s okay,” or, “No, I don’t have time for that.”

And if they say “no,” you’ve boxed yourself into a corner

And then you’re stuck without many options.

Another example I see all the time is…

“Hey, is it okay if I follow-up with you next week?”

Again, they could say “no.”

And then you, much like Axl and Slash, are left wondering…

Where do we go now?

Now, if you’ve ever found yourself asking “yes” or “no” questions, it’s okay!

It’s nothing to be embarrassed about or ashamed of.

95% of the people that come into network marketing, direct sales, or affiliate marketing have no previous sales experience and just don’t know what to do in these situations.

We all do when we’re first starting out.

So, here’s what you need to do…

Instead of asking closed-ended, “yes” or “no” questions…

You need to start asking open-ended, “this” or “that” questions.

For example, going off of the same three questions that I showed you earlier…

Instead of, “Can I send you a presentation?” to which they could reply “no,” you say…

“Hey Steve, so here’s the deal: I’m going to send you a presentation to watch. Which email address would you rather I send it to, your work address or your personal address?”

See the difference there?

That’s an example of a “this” or “that” question.

You’re assuming the “yes”

And taking charge of what’s going on by leading them through the sales process.

You’re NOT sitting there asking for permission.

You’re letting them know the process involves you sending them a presentation to watch.

That’s a given; there are no “yes’s” and “no’s.”

The ONLY question you have is…

Which email address do you want me to send it to?

Do you see the subtle, yet profound difference there?

Okay, so here’s another version of one of the earlier questions…

Instead of saying…

“Hey, is it okay if I schedule a three-way call with my upline to get your questions answered?”

Again, they could be like…

“No…that’s NOT okay, brotato salad.”

So instead say…

“Hey Philippe, you’ve got some great questions and here’s how we’re going to get them answered: I’m going to schedule a three-way call with my upline. Which day works better for you? Tuesday or Wednesday?”

Do you see the difference?

Again, you’ve assumed what’s going to happen next.

You’re already putting them squarely into the next step of the process.

You’re like a tour guide.

You’re guiding them through the recruiting process.

You’re not like…

“Hey, is this okay with you?”

You’re NOT asking permission to take them to the next step

You’re, in fact, leading them through the process.

In the above example, the only question you’re asking is what day works better for you.

“Tuesday or Wednesday?”

And if they say “Wednesday,” then say…

“Great, which is better: morning or afternoon?”

Again, see the difference?

Okay, there’s something else happening here I want you to think about…

It’s important to always give your prospects a choice

…even if it’s more of a “false choice.”

But from their perspective, they’re still making a decision.

The difference is now the decision is no longer “yes” or “no”…

Instead, it’s between their work email vs. their personal email, or Tuesday vs. Wednesday.

This is important because:

  1. You’re not coming across as a dictatorial person who’s commanding them against their free will
  2. You’re allowing the prospect to make their own decision

Which means…

They feel like they’re still in control

That’s the most important aspect of this entire process.

They’re the one making the choices.

In their head, they’re thinking…

“I better make it my personal email address, because I don’t want to clutter up my work inbox.”

And you can say…

“Okay, fair enough. I’ll send it right over to your personal email address.”

Or likewise, to the question of Tuesday vs. Wednesday, they might be thinking…

“Well I’ve got a PTA meeting on Tuesday, so let’s do it Wednesday.”

Great!

They FEEL like…

“I’m in control; I chose Wednesday.”

But, of course, the game is rigged in your favor.

And that’s what’s so critical here…

You gave them the choices!

But they chose, so they feel like they have the power.

And you know what—this is not manipulative, unsavory, or unethical.

This is called salesmanship.

This is posture.

And it’s what successful people do to lead people through the sales process without sounding wimpy and meek.

It’s very matter of fact and is not a trick question.

You’re not doing anything sketchy, tricky, or deceitful…

You’re just clarifying what works best for your prospects

You’re simply moving them through the process with posture.

Now, my last thought for you is important, and it’s this…

I want you to take action and implement what you’ve learned today the next time you’re in a prospecting conversation.

Success is all about execution.

It’s not about thinking, “Well that was neat,” and then doing nothing.

Now here’s a choice YOU need to make…

The next time you’re going to invite someone to a 3-way call…

You could do things the “old-fashioned” way of scheduling a call like network marketers have been doing for decades.

Or, you could use a new, low-resistance and rejection-free alternative to traditional 3-way calls

…using Facebook Messenger.

You know, that app everyone’s walking around with in their pockets (…well, 1.3 billion people, anyway).

So if you need any help prospecting on social media or want to sponsor a LOT more people, then I recommend picking up my friend Julie Burke’s 3-Way Facebook Messenger Recruiting Scripts, which is 100% free.

You can practically “copy and paste” these PROVEN scripts to quickly enroll 10-15 new team members each week.

…all without being “spammy” or sounding like an infomercial.

You’ll discover the exact methods Julie used to sponsor 270+ reps and grow a team of 8,300 distributors, all from the comfort of her home, in just 3 years, as a mom of two boys.

Ready to learn more?

Then make sure you click here and grab your free copy today!

 

Sincerely,
Bill Pescosolido
Content Marketing Expert & Super Affiliate

 

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7 Proven Ways to Find the Best Prospects for Building a Big Team with No Rejection

“Don’t prequalify anyone,” my upline told me, “you don’t know who will say yes.”

And I told my downline the same thing.

Because it’s true.

I don’t know who will join my team.

And I don’t know who will work once they sign up.

So are we destined to offend 95% of the people in our lives because we don’t know if they are interested?

Not if we do it right.

And that is my cue to introduce my guest blogger today, Brandy Shaver.

Brandy is a veteran network marketer who has proven that you can use all the old methods in a professional way.

But Brandy has a few new tricks that you will want to read about. She shares the tried and true first and then opens up the way she is now reaching a whole new market.

Here’s Brandy’s blog:

Tired of no-shows and excuses?

Hey, I can relate!

Not long ago I spent hours upon hours driving hundreds of miles to deliver one-on-one presentations, and going to home and hotel meetings.

Worse still, I paid a ton in childcare, only to get stood up, or having to listen to yet another lame excuse about why they couldn’t join my business…over and over again.

It’s tough trying to run a business from home, especially when you’re contending with a full-time job and/or family responsibilities.

So it’s no surprise I became fed up and ready to quit.

I honestly wondered if ANYONE was EVER going to join my business.

Luckily there’s a better way, which we’ll explore in a moment.

First, though, it’s important to realize that, as you probably know all too well…

Your success depends on your ability to find people to talk to every single day!

So where do you find new people to talk to?

And how do you find higher quality prospects, so you’re not wasting your time chasing after deadbeats?

Well, in this post I’m going to share with you seven methods top earners use to find new people to talk to every day.

I’ve used each one of these to build my business.

Number seven is my favorite (and by far the most effective), so make sure you stick it out to the end!

As I lay out each method, I’ll also give you suggestions about exactly what to say in each situation.

After all, why leave anything to chance?

Whenever you’re out and about—at the farmers market, at a concert, at school activities with your kids—wherever you go, there’s always someone to talk to.

When I run into someone sharp, I start the conversation with a compliment, introduce myself, and ask if I can friend them on Facebook, which is where I can start building a relationship.

When you introduce yourself to strangers, remember:

People love to talk about themselves

Just ask questions and be a good listener.

Here are some of my favorite conversational questions:

  • “So how long have you worked here?”
  • “If you could change one thing about working here, what would it be?”
  • “What would it mean if you could change your situation?”

I learned the following tip from Ray Higdon about how to find quality people…

When you’re at a restaurant, order dessert, ask for the manager, compliment him or her, and start a conversation.

Ask them if they’re open to a side project that doesn’t interfere with what they’re currently doing.

(Salaried people are always looking for more time and more money.)

Start the conversation with a compliment.

  • “Hey, I’m really impressed with your customer service.”

Ask a few questions, like:

  • “Do you like working here? How long have you worked here”
  • “What do you like most about your job?”

Then move toward an invitation.

  • “Do you keep your options open when it comes to making money?”
  • “I run a business you might be interested in.”

When they ask you, “What is it?” you have to be prepared.

Answer:

“Well, I’d really need to sit down with you and I don’t want to take time away from your job. Write your number down, and I’ll give you a call when you’re not at work, or I’ll text you my number and we can chat later when you’re not at work. What’s your number and I’ll text you mine.”

Then casually say you’ve taken up enough of their time and you have another appointment.

“I’ve got to go, but can we set up a time that I can share all the information with you? When is the best time to reach you?”

Then call them or text them at the agreed time.

Important Tip:

Do not give the presentation during the invitation!

When you’re on the phone with them…

“Hey, I only have five seconds. I just wanted to catch you real quick. Do you have 20 minutes this week when we could get together?”

Again, when they say, “What is it?” keep control of the conversation.

Say this:

“You’ve got to see it to understand it because it’s 90% visual.”

I know a lot of you are freaking out already.

You’re probably thinking…

“I’ve already gone through my warm market—I don’t want to join the NFL (no-friends-left) club.”

Your warm market is a great asset, and I want you to ask yourself whether you’ve really talked to every person in your warm market.

I’ve been in network marketing for years, and I still have people that I haven’t contacted.

A warm market is a great asset; you just have to make sure that you actually qualify these people.

But do not be attached to their decision.

A lot of your warm market will watch you for a very long time before they will ever get involved in what you’re doing.

But you can always ask family and friends for referrals.

“Hey, I know you wouldn’t be interested in making an extra $1,000 or $2,000 a month, but do you know any sharp people that are?”

This works like a charm because you take it away from the person you’re talking to.

You just assume that they’re not going to do what you’re doing.

Just start asking questions, and before you know it, they’ll be asking you about your business.

Whatever you do, don’t go around catching up with people just to jump them about your business at the end of the conversation.

It comes off as aggressive, sleazy, and wrong.

Just be upfront with people.

“Hey, I know we haven’t talked in 22 years. This is a business call, but first let’s catch up.”

Spend a few minutes catching up, then circle back to the purpose of your call:

“As I said, this is primarily a business call. I remember what a sharp guy you were in high school, and I’ve been thinking you’d be perfect for this project. Would you be open to an outside project that doesn’t interfere with what you’re currently doing?”

And then follow the script for booking the appointment.

Do not ever pitch your business or spam people on Facebook.

That will ruin your business and it could get your account shut down altogether.

I know if you’ve been here at the Elite Marketing Pro for any time at all, they teach you how to use Facebook the right way.

If you have your friends’ personal numbers, you can text them.

If not, send a message on Messenger.

Ask for a face-to-face or Zoom chat.

Zoom is a video chat app you can run on your phone or computer.

There’s a free version you can use to chat worldwide with anybody.

Always be in a hurry when you call or message someone

“Listen, Jerry, I’m glad I caught you. I only have a quick minute, but I have something I think you’re going to want to look at. Are you open to a side project that doesn’t interfere with what you’re currently doing?”

When they ask, “What is it?” I almost always answer…

“It’s visual. If I could tell you over the phone, I would, but it’s like a puzzle and you need to see it to understand.”

Then book the appointment.

Control your own schedule by offering your prospect a choice:

“When can you meet or be in front of your computer? We need about 20 minutes to go over it. Does Tuesday or Thursday work for you? Is morning or evening best?”

Then get off the phone.

If they balk or pester you about what it is you want to talk about, just take it away by saying…

“Hey, you know what; it sounds like this week doesn’t work for you. Let me get in touch with you next week and see if we can figure it out then. Thanks.”

And then end the conversation.

The faster you can move the conversation offline—in person, over the phone, or by video chat—the better your chances are of booking the appointment.

Don’t forget…

Presenting in person is more powerful

So if you can meet in person, do it, but if you must use Zoom or the phone, it’s better than nothing.

If you’re not meeting in person, but using any kind of a video chat app like Zoom, make sure you give the person a link to download the app before your call.

If they tell you no, then you know that they’re not interested right now.

Don’t take it personally.

Always leave the door open.

Say…

“Okay, great. Can I keep you in the loop and tell you about my progress?”

Don’t push.

Just remain friends.

Wait two or three days, and then send them something a friend would send, something funny you found online for instance, or a picture of your family to keep reinforcing your relationship.

Every community has business boards.

There are also business boards online, searchable by profession.

Collect names and contact information, then start calling.

If you’re scared of cold calling, this might take some practice.

“Hey, this is Brandy. “I grabbed your card at […]. I look for successful people like you, because I have a business I would love to put in front of you. Are you at all open to an outside project that wouldn’t interfere with what you’re currently doing?”

When they ask, “What is it?” say…

“I don’t have time to get into it right now. 90% of what I want to share with you is visual. Do you have 20 minutes tomorrow or would Wednesday be better?”

Go to networking events.

Get to know people, find out what they’re looking for, and get their business cards.

Ask tons of questions about them.

Do not pitch your business, though—especially if you’re nervous talking about yourself.

Call everyone you meet the next day before they have a chance to forget who you are.

Here’s the approach:

“Hey Nathan, this is Brandy. We talked yesterday at the networking event. Listen, I love to work with sharp people, and you stood out to me. Are you at all open to a side project that doesn’t interfere with what you’re currently doing? I don’t have time to go into detail right now. Let’s meet tomorrow for 15 minutes or Friday at 6:00pm.”

You’re getting the idea, right?

If you haven’t checked out Meetup.com, they’re great network marketing events, full of people who are looking for opportunity and want to connect.

Use them to collect cards and connect later.

Visit the website, enter your city, and you’ll find tons of possibilities.

You can also host your own meetup events and build your network from them.

Target people who would benefit from your products.

  • Weight loss?
  • Health and fitness?
  • Financial services?

But again, do not hunt or pitch.

Just be really interested in the people you meet.

Use some of the scripts above to open conversations.

Meet people, collect business cards, promise to connect, and follow up.

Everyone knows that prospecting—whether cold or warm—is the lifeblood of any network marketing business.

  • Cold market prospecting might feel like stalking—approaching strangers and trying to invite them to see what you’ve got
  • Warm market prospecting means regarding your friends and family as a potential source of money, which, if you’re like most people, you might see that as a challenge to your relationships and your own integrity. (It might turn you into “that” person everybody avoids.)

So while you can get leads from all of the methods above…

Frankly, do you want to run around chasing leads all day?

It’s not my idea of a good time, nor has it been very profitable for me.

That’s why I do most of my prospecting and recruiting online now.

Now people reach out to me to tell me they want to join my business.

They just show up in my inbox or on Messenger.

Look, you’re still going to have to talk to people.

The networking business is a social business, built on relationships.

However…

The Internet is simply better than traditional network-building

Online, you can set up systems to prospect, sell, and recruit automatically, which will allow you to scale your business and build your network quickly.

In fact, you can leverage the Internet to close literally 90% of your prospects, recruits, and even customers, completely on autopilot, without cold calling or rejection of any kind.

So if you’re looking for a way to automate your prospecting and to start attracting people who are already looking for you, then I strongly encourage you to sign up for Elite Marketing Pro’s FREE 10-Day Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

You’ll learn how to build your business online using proven “attraction marketing” strategies so you’ll never have to chase down deadbeat prospects, or deal with cold calling and rejection, ever again.

Plus, you’ll see how Ferny Ceballos, CMO of Elite Marketing Pro, passively generates 300–500 leads per day, 30–50 customers per day, and recruit 70–100 new serious business-builders into his business each month.

These methods allow you to build your business automatically—where prospects reach out to you (instead of you having to chase them).

So if you’re ready to get started…

Simply click here and you’ll get access to the 10-Day Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

And if you found this content helpful, I would love to read your comments below!

Sincerely,
Brandy Shaver
Super Affiliate & Fast Track Mentor

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BRANDY SHAVER
Brandy is a wife, mother of six, and a lead generation expert, as well as a network marketer. Her passion is helping others realize the power of building their business using the Internet, coaching others to believe in themselves, and to fight for their dreams.

How to Guarantee Your Success in Network Marketing and Recruit with a Push of a Button in 5 Simple Steps

When I first started in network marketing, I knew more what I didn’t want that to look like than what it should look like.

I did not want to be seen as a seller of snake oil. And the product was so incredible that it sort of sounded like it was too good to be true.

I did not want to ambush family and friends. I did not want to trick them into hearing about the business opportunity. I did not want to strong-arm them into buying.

To be fair, the training I received didn’t encourage any of those activities. But they did require that I call everyone and follow a script that many of my family and friends wanted no part of.

They always asked questions I was supposed to deflect and as I did so I felt a bit like what I so wanted to avoid.

But I didn’t quit. I kept muddling along and had some success.

But I was at a point where I needed to get really good at cold marketing or call my database . . . again.

And then the internet found me and introduced me to Ferny Ceballos.

Well, that was the best thing that ever happened to my business. Now read on and learn about Ferny’s story and how it can help you: Guarantee Your Success in Network Marketing and Recruit with a Push of a Button in 5 Simple Steps

 

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When I first started in network marketing, I was told something that really bothered me…

It was at a nuts n’ bolts training meeting held by a successful distributor in my upline, a wealthy physician with his own private practice, who’d also made over 2 million dollars in network marketing.

He obviously knew what it took to create success in life, or so I thought.

But when I got to his house, a big house in a nice neighborhood, and sat through his training session, I was extremely disappointed.

Basically, for an hour I sat in his living room as he drew on a whiteboard, and listened to him give a big spiel that was mostly “fluff.”

Worst of all, he didn’t teach us anything which remotely resembled a strategy or skill set I could use.

Instead, he kept saying…

This business, it’s not selling, it’s sharing.

You’re simply ‘sharing’ the business with people.

You don’t need to sell; you just need to share these meetings with more people.

This didn’t make sense to me because he was basically saying that network marketing is a game of chance and didn’t require any skills.

Think about it…

As a physician, he didn’t get “lucky” in his practice. He didn’t get lucky when he graduated from med school and got licensed in the state of California to practice medicine.

No, he worked really hard, and he learned processes and skills for everything he did, which is how he became a doctor, and eventually became an entrepreneur by opening up his own practice.

That wasn’t easy.

As an engineer, I knew that people in my profession certainly didn’t become successful by luck.

No matter what profession you’re in, I’m sure you’ll agree that…

People Become Successful by Learning Skills and Getting Good at Them!

23223_BlogBanner_061816-03Luck has very little to do with it.

Even though I didn’t know much about network marketing back then, I knew his path couldn’t have been easy…and his success definitely wasn’t random.

After that presentation, I craved for somebody to show me a specific process that would help me build my business in a way that made sense.

I wanted the network marketing success this particular doctor had and I wanted to know step-by-step, how he did it.

My frustration with the lack of answers is what led me to eventually go online and find network marketing mentors who used the Internet to build large teams, using a set of strategies, which they called “attraction marketing.

Along with giving me strategies, attraction marketing solved the #1 problem in my network marketing business—a lack of fresh and new prospects for my business.

And I was able to find them, in a predictable way, without bugging friends and family OR cold prospecting strangers on the streets.

But more importantly, from my mentors, I learned that success in network marketing (or any business) isn’t about luck, or chance, or any roll of the dice.

It’s strategic, skill based and can be done in a predictable way—i.e. it’s about doing the right things in the right sequence, to achieve a specific result.

Now, what I want to share with you in this article are…

5 Proven Strategic Steps I Used to Guarantee My Success…

…and can help you guarantee yours!

Essentially, these 5 things, when done in the right order, can literally create “push button” money — which offers you the ability to recruit network marketers with a few strokes of the keyboard on your computer.

Now, I know that sounds a bit “hypey,” but let me prove what I’m saying to you…

Just like any profession, in network marketing, you need to learn specific skills. And you need to treat what you are learning with the exact same seriousness that a doctor or engineer treats the skills of their trade.

Here’s what you need first…

Step 1: Find or Develop a Strategy

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A strategy is essentially a series of specific steps that enable you to achieve a specific goal.

I say specific in the sense that you can draw the steps on a piece of paper or a whiteboard and map out how you’re going to achieve your goal.

Now, if you’re not being taught any semblance of a short or long-term strategy by your upline or company, you need to run away and go somewhere else!

Seriously, I’m not kidding!

Because you have 2 choices: you can either:

  1. Develop the strategy yourself, which is going to take a lot of money, time & trial and error, or
  2. You can find people who have already figured out exactly how to be successful in network marketing and model their strategy.

Now, personally, I tried to reinvent the wheel and it cost me over $150,000 is wasted money and got me $60k in credit card debt.

It is much better to follow a proven process from an already-successful networker who’s making money and doing it in a way that resonates with you. For me, the strategy, which worked best for me included using online recruiting methods, which fit with my introverted personality.

In summary: find a mentor or company that gives you a concrete strategy for recruiting your first person, making your first sale, and eventually reaching your long-term goals ─especially if you want to recruit network marketers into your business.

If somebody hasn’t provided that, for you, in whatever team or organization you’re in, then you either need to find a mentor that is willing to teach you a clear strategy or you can give online recruiting a try by clicking here to learn more.

Step 2: The Strategy MUST Be Simple & Repeatable

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This step is the key to duplication in network marketing…

You want to teach your strategy to your downline so they can go out, succeed, and make you some money in the process and the process should be simple, but not necessarily easy.

Now, recall that the doctor I mentioned before told us, “it’s not selling, it’s sharing.”

Even though I was new, I thought it sounded simplistic, moronic, and inauthentic.

After all, I was “sold” (influenced) into signing up for this business, so why was he telling us that we didn’t need to learn to do the same

Looking back, I know why.

  • Issue 1: The doctor assumed we were dumb, or weak, so he made the process of building the business sound easy because he didn’t want to scare us away by telling us the truth. (i.e. that we had to learn some tangible skills.)
  • Issue 2: He was not doing what he preached. He approached his business in one way (skill based) while telling us to do something entirely different. This meant we couldn’t duplicate, even if we wanted to because catering to weakness doesn’t duplicate.

As a leader in my company today, I use every single process and tactic I teach to my students and organization.

I give my team the exact same tools I use, and I’m constantly testing, refining, and improving my methods. And if anything changes, I let them know.

That’s my responsibility as a leader.

Besides, developing strategies isn’t the team’s responsibility; it’s the leader’s.

23223_BlogBanner_061816-05I’m not saying that a strategy or tactic has to be a “touchdown” the first time it’s used by a new rep. It just has to deliver results that can be quantified, assessed and be improved on over time.

It is very likely that your first time implementing a strategy won’t go well and you have to be ok with that, as long as you are committed to improving and learning.

Tim Sales, was the first OFFLINE network marketer I ever learned from that actually taught me an effective process for building offline, without the internet.

Mind you, this was long after I had already started online, so a lot of what Tim taught on cold calling or cold market recruiting, wasn’t relevant to me personally, but I understood why it worked for his team.

Tim teaches with the assumption that you are willing to actually do the work, learn skills and are strong enough to persevere, the same way I do.

Here at Elite Marketing Pro, we’ve solved the biggest problem in network marketing, which was finding new prospects to talk to every single day, who are actually interested in talking to you about network marketing. But you still need to have effective conversations to bring your prospects into your business.

In summary: The business building strategy must be repeatable & quantifiable so, anyone may perform them, see results and improve over time.

Do. Get Result. Correct. Repeat…

Step 3: Gain Experience

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When you treat the strategy you’re learning as seriously as you would the skills you’d learn in any other profession, you gain experience.

And with that experience comes an understanding of nuance, meaning you start learning things that you just can’t learn in a course or in an audiobook or training.

Here’s the truth of the matter: if you’re thinking, “I want to make some money now, now, now, now,” I can tell you right now you’re setting yourself up for failure.

I don’t mean to be harsh, but “get-rich-quick schemes” are just that: schemes.

They don’t create sustainable, predictable success because the success is not based on the development of skills.

Unless you treat network marketing as a profession, you won’t succeed.

You’ll also aggravate your leaders because personally, I worked VERY hard to develop and learn the strategies I teach. I feel disrespected when people think I can teach them a trick for making 6-figures or 7-figures overnight.

It may seem like a trick, because I’m good at what I do & make it look easy, but it does require practice and time so that eventually it does become easy. (More on this in step #5.)

(Even then, if it takes you 3-6 months to be effective, that’s better than 40+ years at a job you hate!)

So if you’re serious about this whole network marketing thing and you want to be a leader yourself, you’ve got to be committed, gain experience, an appreciation for nuance and develop DEPTH of understanding, which is impossible to attain in any other way.

This is important because it will help you develop strategies that fit your individual goals and personality.

Sure, fundamentally, everyone building offline or online has the same basic foundation.

However, we all have different approaches, styles, and tactics, because, over time, we all come to occupy a slightly different space in this business.

As you implement a strategy, you learn to customize it for your strengths & weaknesses and it becomes your own.

In summary: you gain experience through repetition and you get depth of understanding, and eventually, you start modifying tactics and processes so that your strategies fit you, your team, your company, your product, etc.

Step 4: Pay it Forward

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Once you have a strategy, a depth of understanding, and nuance from following steps 1-3, you’ll likely have achieved success in your business and now you’re in a position to teach what you know through video, Facebook Live, blogging, e-mails, and so on.

By creating a community and communicating with people every single day you’ll “pay it forward,” and not just for your downline, but to the industry at large.

This will do 2 things for you…

  1. People will notice that you’re giving value and other people are benefiting, and your following will grow. This is how we grew our community here at Elite Marketing Pro, by the way.
  2. As you build your fan base, you will create your own personal brand and become a leader, who transcends any one company or product. This is key to the final step: “push button” income.

In summary: Once you “pay it forward” and develop a following by putting out great value that helps others, you will have a following of people that want to learn more and more from you.

That’s how you create an empire: a loyal community that loves you, and knows you will lead them to good fortune.

Step 5: Become a Force

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This is where you get the ability to sell and recruit network marketers en masse.

What I do mean ‘en masse’? That means recruiting a lot of people or selling a product to a lot of people, with the push of a button.

That push of a button can be clicking “send” on an email, clicking “start” a webinar, clicking “publish” on a blog post, whatever medium you choose.

Heck, you can even “voice” your call to action on Facebook Live or Periscope and people will go buy your new course or fill out the form to sign up for your opportunity.

Why?

Because they trust you and your community, gives you credibility.

Because you paid it forward and have skills you developed that others would like to learn.

A lot of networkers miss #4 and #5. They miss the part about building a community beyond their network marketing organization.

So if anything goes wrong with their company or their team, they’re stuck. They don’t have a “plan B.”

You want to be in a position where you’re not dependent on anyone but yourself and your own brand, regardless of how awesome your company is.

That’s why step #4, building a community, is so important. It allows you to do step #5 which is becoming a force that no one can stop and you’re able to recruit network marketers en masse, at will.

Now what I just shared with you was a 5-step strategy for LEARNING and developing skills.

This strategy should be something you can apply, regardless of whether you choose to build online or offline.

However, if you’d like to learn the online business building strategies I use today to generate 400-500 red-hot prospects per day, 30-50 new customers per day and 80-100 business builders per month, click here and I’ll gladly give you my Free Online Recruiting Course so you may begin that journey.

Regardless of how you choose to build, to guarantee your success:

  • Step #1 is to find a strategy that is proven to work.
  • Step #2 is to make sure that strategy is skill based & repeatable so you can DO. RESULT. CORRECT. REPEAT.
  • Step #3 is gain experience through repetition so you have an understanding of depth and nuance.
  • Step #4 is to pay it forward so you build a community around yourself.
  • Step #5 is to become a force, recruit network marketers en masse, and create “push button money”…

… and live happily ever after. ‘Til next time!

 

Sincerely,
Ferny Ceballos
Chief Marketing Officer
Elite Marketing Pro

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The Three Tiers of Modern Prospecting and Recruiting for Today’s Network Marketers

When I started my business, I was so ignorant about marketing.

And don’t let anyone kid you. Network marketing is marketing.

I will go so far as to say it is a different breed of marketing than what most business degrees will teach.

So the serious network marketer should make this post by my mentor, Ferny Ceballos, part of their personal development for the week.

Recently, I was invited to be a keynote speaker at a secret meeting, organized by a cadre of top leaders from a large and well-known network marketing company.

The training I was asked to deliver?

How to successfully build a network marketing business online…in a serious way.

More importantly, I revealed the current state of network marketing, and what it takes to be considered a REAL leader inside this profession today.

Hint: even strategies that worked just a few short years ago are no longer as effective.

The game is changing and everyone must level up

So if you feel you’re behind the ball in terms of utilizing today’s technology to its fullest capacity, then I want to encourage you to seriously think about what I’m about to share, because the future your business might well depend on it.

First, a little backstory on the leaders who asked me to speak…

This team had already created considerable success with ‘old school’ prospecting and, more recently, social media recruiting.

But they were finding that these methods weren’t working as well as they did in the past.

Even social media recruiting was not working as well anymore because it’s become so ubiquitous.

After all, practically everyone’s talking about social media recruiting now.

So they asked me to share some ‘next level’ stuff with them.

During my presentation, I shared the three levels of modern, online network marketing.

The meeting completely blew their minds wide open, made them open up to new possibilities, and even got them excited for the first time in a while about the future of the network marketing industry.

Specifically, it got them excited about leading their teams and growing their organizations.

These leaders were brave because inviting me made them uncomfortable

Which isn’t surprising.

Most leaders feel uncomfortable, even threatened, to admit that they may not know everything about their profession.

All leaders have an ego.

It’s hard for us to admit that we don’t know something and that we need someone’s help.

Despite this, the business world teaches us to overcome these inhibitions.

It’s common in the business world for execs to look outside their organization for new ideas, to hire consultants, to study what competitors are doing, and to invest in research and development to take advantage of emerging technologies.

However…

In network marketing, R&D simply doesn’t happen!

So what these leaders did was not only outside the norm of network marketing, but it could result in them being attacked and ostracized by their peers and colleagues.

Hence, it was a secret meeting and I totally respect that.

Thankfully it seems that things are changing (even though it’s happening at a snail’s pace).

You know how we had the space race to get to the moon?

Well, this is a technology race, but it seems like leaders in network marketing are competing for who can move the slowest towards the future.

Funny, but that’s the truth.

Leaders in network marketing are sloooow to adopt new methods they have not used.

At the same time, they don’t want to test it out, because they want to stick to their old way of doing things.

For this reason, you can’t blame me for not getting too excited about some old school trainers in network marketing finally opening up to using online methods.

Unfortunately this opening up, in my opinion, is too little, too late.

If you wait for a new technology to become widely accepted before you adopt it…

…then chances are you’ve missed the boat.

This is certainly the case with social media recruiting, which is happening over 12 years after the attraction marketing revolution was born inside the Elite Marketing Pro community, thanks to my mentors who founded this community.

Ironically, over the past ten years, my mentors and I have been targets of countless attacks and smear campaigns by the same network marketing leaders who are now saying…

“Yeah, online can work.”

These exact same leaders, who are now running ads on Facebook and clobbering your News Feed, where not-too-long-ago bashing these very methods.

And unfortunately, here’s the real rub…

Many leaders aren’t teaching what they’re actually doing

So while they’re opening up a little bit to online methods, they’re still not teaching this stuff in a meaningful way to help push this profession into the future, sooner rather than later.

Because again, if you wait for something to become widely accepted, you’re probably too late.

Bottom line is if you want network marketing to be a profession, you must treat and respect it like all other professions in the business world, which are in a constant state of innovation and improvement.

This is important.

You must understand how the rest of the business world operates, versus network marketing’s ridiculously slow pace.

Back to the meeting…

I revealed to these progressive leaders the three levels of modern prospecting and recruiting skills that are most essential for success today.

Now, first and foremost, I defined what attraction marketing is…

Attraction marketing is any strategy that makes you the hunted instead of the hunter

This doesn’t even need to be online.

It’s anytime you’re attracting versus chasing.

Where you focus on solving your target market’s problems and you become specifically known for helping people solve certain types of challenges, whether those are financial, health, or anything else.

And you build credibility by creating positive results in people’s lives.

Now, let’s talk about the fundamental set of skill sets you’ll need to acquire.

No matter what level you’re at in network marketing, whether you’re utilizing Internet marketing, or whether you’re doing it old school, you will always need to know…

  • How to build rapport
  • The basic communication components of inviting, presenting, following-up, and training
  • How to develop leadership skills

These skills will never change and are required at all levels of network marketing

Beyond these, with each subsequent skill level, you’re required to develop and increase certain skill sets.

And as a distinct bonus, as you move up in level, your leadership skills will increase the efficiency with which your business operates.

Basically, your leverage increases.

More importantly, and this is where attraction marketing comes in, your value proposition increases, which is what makes you more attractive as a leader.

And as you develop these skill levels, your level of retention will go up as well.

Okay, let’s get into specifics.

Starting with “level zero,” because when it comes to taking advantage of modern prospecting and recruiting skills, level zero doesn’t even make the list.

This is the level of, “make a list of 100 people.”

Yes, we’re talking cold market prospecting here.

I don’t have to tell you what this is because you’ve probably experienced it already.

At level zero, you’re not utilizing modern technology in any meaningful way—except maybe your cell phone 😉

This isn’t “bad,” it’s simply where most people start.

At this level of sophistication (or lack thereof), you’re not yet utilizing what’s currently available on the Internet.

If this describes you, my suggestion is to not stay here long!

Next up…

You can call  this level “attraction marketing light.”

Here, instead of prospecting your friends and family, or prospecting strangers in public, now you’re doing warm and cold market prospecting on Facebook, or elsewhere on social media.

In this scheme, your Facebook friends are your warm market, and your cold market is from adding new friends and cultivating new connections and relationships.

Importantly, there’s a certain element of social media recruiting that isn’t available offline.

You can passively prospect by doing lifestyle posts, curiosity posts, story posts, etc.

This allows you to start attracting a few people.

Sure, you’re still doing active prospecting and making connections, but now you have an opportunity to start passively attracting some of those friends to you and get them to raise their hand by creating certain types of social posts.

Believe it or not, you are building a following on your personal profile.

The big issue is that it’s not scalable.

You can’t push a button and have that number scale, it’s all 100% manual.

You’re obviously limited to 5,000 friends.

And you’re limited to your personal efforts and time spent on your computer, talking to all these people.

So that’s level one of modern prospecting and recruiting skills.

Next up…

Level two is a big part of what we focus on here at Elite Marketing Pro and this is what attraction marketing truly is.

Digital marketing is completely passive.

You create a lead generation system, and prospects start flowing in.

With digital marketing, you’re establishing a following, generating an email list, and building a presence on multiple social media platforms.

More importantly, digital marketing allows you to build an income regardless of whether somebody says “yes” or “no” to your primary opportunity.

You’re able to monetize the “no’s” because even the people who don’t join your business, will still continue to follow you and immerse themselves in your ecosystem (where you can monetize them via other avenues if you choose to).

Digital marketing is highly leveraged, and that’s essentially what we focus on here at Elite Marketing Pro.

Everything at this level is scalable because we can, for example, take a post that’s working on a personal profile, put it on a business page, hit a button, and all of a sudden it’s broadcast to millions of people.

That’s what digital marketing allows you to do.

Level three skills are something that you probably won’t take on until you’re at least a six-figure earner in your network marketing business.

I honestly consider these seven-figure skills, because even though you start them at six-figures, the goal of this level is to push your business to seven-figures

This is attraction marketing on steroids.

Once you develop a digital training and duplication system for your team, you’ll be able to standardize your team training so that no matter how deep somebody is in your organization, they’re having the same experience as a frontline member inside your team.

In this level, new training is released to your team members, depending on how long they’ve been on your team, or what rank they’re at, automatically through level three systems.

Everything is standardized.

So what a new prospect 50 levels down sees, is the same thing a new prospect on your frontline sees as well.

This may sound advanced, depending on the current sophistication of your business, but it’s still important for me to share this with you, because I want you to view network marketing like a business, like a real profession.

And in real businesses people innovate and think outside the box in order to make innovative things happen.

If you want to be in a real business for yourself, you need to be willing to see what’s out there and innovate on your own.

Remember, when things become widely accepted in an industry, then chances are you’re too late because everybody’s already doing it.

Luckily for you, reading this today…

What we offer here at EMP is an opportunity to peek into the future

You too can implement the strategies only a small minority of successful leaders inside of network marketing are doing and catapult your business to the next level.

So if you’re ready to learn more, then I highly recommend you sign up for my FREE Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

Once you opt-in, you’ll get an overview of how attraction marketing actually works.

If you’re already utilizing social media recruiting, you’re ahead of the game already, which is awesome!

But I want to elevate your skills from level one to level two, and ultimately to level three.

Then you can have a real leveraged business, and use strategies that are ahead of their time.

And hey, I love that some network marketing leaders are now opening up to online strategies, but it would’ve been even better if they’d done so 12 years ago when these strategies were first introduced.

Imagine where this industry would be, where this profession would be, and the level of professionalism people would conduct themselves with if only leaders had opened up a little sooner.

Be that as it may, what does all this mean for you?

Well, if you’re ready to get ahead of the curve and become a leader who’s willing to modernize their business, then simply click here and I’ll gladly give you access to my Online Recruiting Bootcamp.

I also recommend you pick up a copy of my book, the Attraction Marketing Formula & included bonuses, which you will learn about after you request my Bootcamp.

Sincerely,
Ferny Ceballos
Chief Marketing Officer
Elite Marketing Pro

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FERNY CEBALLOS
Ferny Ceballos is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the University of Southern California, in Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, respectively. After working for 5 years as an aerospace engineer, his entrepreneurial aspirations motivated him to turn to the network marketing and internet marketing industry to escape the rat race. Since leaving Aerospace in 2008, he has personally been responsible for over 11 million dollars in sales online over 10 years in his personal business and helped countless clients produce six-figure and seven-figure incomes promoting their businesses using the internet.